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Life Is A Like A Harbor Where Ships Come And Go

( Blogger’s note—As I am on my Thanksgiving blogging break, I am running both new and repeat posts this week. This post is a repeat. Thank you for reading Texas Liberal and please have a nice holiday.)

Life is like a harbor where ships come and go.

Some ships come early in the day.

Others arrive late.

Some ships stay just a brief time.

A few are looking for a port to call home.

Some come and go many times.

Some harbors are serene.

Others are more busy.

As the day progresses, traffic may diminish.

Though a sense that a harbor is safe, or in some other sense good and useful, may mean traffic and activity never fully ceases until the day is over at last.

If what is left for the most part are good memories, the voyage has reached a successful end.

In these regards, I would say life is like a harbor where ships come and go.

November 25, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,

1 Comment »

  1. Love the use of pictures with this passage. Life is like a Harbor. I have always felt this way too.
    Jennifer Kolasa

    Comment by Jen | December 2, 2010

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